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Arizona State University
interpretive methods, political ethnography, gender, violence against women (VAW), sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV), India, democracy, citizenship, inequality, exclusion, autoethnography, intersectionality, race, Punjab, political science
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Gender and Politics

Race, Ethnicity, and Politics

Democracy and Citizenship

Indian Politics

Sikhs and Sikh Diaspora

Feminist and Interpretive Methodology

Gendered Violence and Violence Against Women

Recent Publications

Behl, Natasha. 2016. “Diasporic Researcher: An Autoethnographic Analysis of Gender and Race in Political Science.” Politics, Groups, and Identities.

Behl, Natasha. 2014. “An Embodied Political Analysis of Violence Against Women: Understanding Female Feticide in Punjab.” Journal of Punjab Studies 21 (1): 1-17.

Behl, Natasha. 2014. “Situated Citizenship: Understanding Sikh Citizenship through Women’s Exclusion.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 2 (3): 386-401.

Behl, Natasha. 2012. “Sikh Minority Identity Formation: Nation and Politics in Postcolonial India.” In Minority Studies, edited by Rowena Robinson. Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Behl, Natasha. 2009. “Uniformities and Differences of a Sikh Nationalist Identity: Opinions and Practices of Ordinary Sikhs.” Journal of Punjab Studies 16 (2): 199-217.





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